Matriculated students admitted in the program will be exposed both to the formal principles of engineering and to hands-on laboratory projects. The labs are well-equipped with the latest equipment used in engineering practice and research.
A wide range of computer software is readily accessible to engineering students. The department makes every effort to seek out and utilize the latest industry software to make sure that each student has the experience needed to find a successful job after graduation. Software packages including, but not limited to, AutoCAD, Solidworks, CATIA, MATLAB, SAP2000, COMSOL Multiphysics, NI Multisim, LabVIEW and more are available on computer stations in our engineering laboratories. As the engineering industry changes with technology, so does our curriculum.